COURSE: WENG 481 Contingency Facility DesignOBJECTIVE: To provide fundamental tools to design simple facilities while deployed. DESCRIPTION: This course includes theories, principles, and techniques for designing simple facilities supporting contingencies and humanitarian operations. Specific areas covered include determining facility requirements and scope, site development, preliminary design, final design, and design review of a simple facility. A significant number of hours are dedicated to fundamental design in the areas of Architecture, Civil, Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical. Design considerations will include site selection, structural analysis, electrical analysis, HVAC analysis, plumbing design, and overall code compliance. This course is technically challenging and students will be expected to complete a series of design exercises in and out of the classroom culminating in a final facility design. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Civil Engineering Lieutenant or junior Captain. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Junior civilians in CEP, NCOs and SNCOs meeting other prerequisites. GRADE: Officer: O1-O3; Enlisted: E5-E9; Civilians: GS7-GS13, WS15+ - see prerequisites for degree PREREQUISITES: Bachelor's in Engineering or Architecture. Civil Engineer officers must successfully complete WMGT 101 prior to attending. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: NOTE: Due to the selection process involved in this course, students will be notified approximately two to three weeks prior to the course start date. DELIVERY METHOD: Offering 21B (21 Jun-2 Jul 2021) and 21C (12-23 July 2021) will both be delivered in-resident at Wright Patterson AFB. COURSE CREDIT: 7.5 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 10 days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.